Why participating to Re:ERUA working groups as a researcher?
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Different work packages are launched to foster new collaborations between our universities. You may be interested in joining the adventure of our alliance :

  • To share good practices and promote innovative and responsible research
  • To develop a network for transnational research
  • To propose the training programs, you need to back your research projects
  • To contribute to the vision of what is or should be a reform university, answering these question
    • How is the creation of critical knowledge part of reform universities today?
    • What role do different stakeholders (inside and outside the universities) play in the creation of knowledge?
    • How are the different understandings of scientific knowledge  enacted in the collaborative projects and what are the implications regarding the scientific outcome?
    • How do different interests impact collaborative research processes?
    • What are the limitations in existing ways of engaging with society in university collaboration projects?
    • What kinds of (societal or institutional) change are reform university collaborations aiming for?


If you want to learn more or you are interested to collaborate, please send an e-mail to the Re-ERUA contact person in your university:

For Paris 8 : Claire Douet – claire.douet02@univ-paris8.fr

For Roskilde – Katia Dupret – katia@ruc.dk

For Konstanz – Livia GERTIS – livia.gertis@uni-konstanz.de

For AEGEAN – Eirini PAPADOPOULOU – epapado@aegean.gr

For NBU – Dimitar Trendafilov – dtrendafilov@nbu.bg

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